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Clit Pain: Drugs are Behind It

Her heart will palpitate. Her body temperate will increase. Her breathing will intensify. Her legs might even quiver. All of these symptoms are signs her partner is satisfying her sexual needs. When the magic button, known simply as the Clitoris, experiences pain, the results could leave her irked and exasperated.
 
Recreation and prescription drugs can leave the Clitoris in a dilapidated state of discomfort. Even the slightest graze can cause a painful jolt to screech through a woman’s body. More powerful methamphetamines can cause a neurotransmitter imbalance that discrupt the normal sensation of the Clitoris, while excessive use of birth control can derail the hormone balance.
 
Whether its prescription or recreational drugs, both can ruin the intense bouts of heavy breathing, racing heartbeats, and increasing temperatures associated with an orgasm. Women feeling pain may be suffering from an oversensitive clitoris.
 

How Birth Control Affects the Clitoris

Birth control stops the production of testosterone, a key hormone needed to burn estrogen and release the female egg. If a testosterone imbalance continues, a female can also begin to experience pain for the following reasons:

  • Suppression of prostaglandin E-1, E-3, and nitric oxide
  • Abrasions occurred along the urethral tract, vaginal canal and cervix
  • Suppression of the urethral immune system

A suppression of prostaglandin E-1 will cause the over production of prostaglandin E-2, an inflammatory enzyme that can cause pain. If taking birth control pills, please refrain from taking or find natural alternatives such as Natural Methods of Birth Control.
 

Recreational Drugs

Methamphetamine, cocaine, and even marijuana can elevate the levels of dopamine and epinephrine, causing an imbalance of neurotransmitters. When an imbalance is prolonged, the adverse effects can result in the lack of sensation for both the vagina and clitoris. Women who have abused drugs may suffer from a hormone and neurotransmitter imbalance. If abuse of recreational drugs has occurred, a woman may benefit from a Natural Renewal Remedy For Vaginal & Clitoral Desensitization formula.

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